Tag Archives: folk-rock
Born and raised in Upstate S.C., singer-songwriter Neil Lee Griffin started to write his own material in his early twenties. It was nothing fancy but something he could call his own, and, as with all things, the more he did it, the better he became. It wasn't until late 2010 that he started using a scarecrow as a symbol for his music.
By day a finance manager, by night a composer-singer-musician-producer, Alberto Arcangeli has been making his presence felt on the independent music scene for almost a decade with a very personal music style that seamlessly blends folk-rock, country and pop with a delightful splash of seventies psychedelia.